Bullying is everywhere, even within families in their own homes. First off, learning to identify the warning signs of someone being bullied or ... ... middle of paper ... ...they cry out for help. Suicide can have a tremendous effect on the victim and the victim’s family. No child or adolescent should have to suffer so much that would want to make them believe that death is the only way out for them. Although, suicide thoughts and behaviors is becoming more common in youngsters for other causes, it is also becoming the number one killer for bully victims (online).
School bullies may mock peers, spread vicious rumors, play cruel pranks, or use physical force to ensure to their target that they are in charge (J Love 346). Furthermore, cyber-bullying is a growing trend in this technologically advanced society (J Love 346). Children often have unsupervised access to sites such as facebook and twitter. These sites make it effortless for school bullies to discriminate other peers. Solutions to help end school bullying must be thought out carefully by all school authority figures.
Cyber bullying is contributing to a generation of socially maladjusted adults and social networking sites are paving the way. The hostile environments on these sites have helped cause this generation of girls to become superficial and cutthroat by behaving more like or worse than boys." This electronic meanness can lead to depression and more serious, suicide.  Bullying has been made widespread through social media and has been the root of many suicides in young adults. Suicide as a result of bullying is so widespread that “every ½ hour a youth who has been bullied will complete suic... ... middle of paper ... ... adults become aware of these hazardous effects and take action to combat them.
In a bullying situation a bigger, more popular, stronger student will hurt the student victim. Students who are bullied go through serious long-lasting problems that can lead to suicide because they cannot take it no more, and so they cannot find another way but to commit suicide, not always but sometimes students who are bullied think that no one can help them and they take actions on their own. Bullying has become a great risk, especially in schools, but it can also be found at home, on the Internet, and basically anywhere people congregate. Facts on Bullying say, “Bully victims are between two to nine times more likely to consider suicide than non victims according to studies by Yale Unversity” Why do victims think about suicide rather than another solution? Well most of the time victims feel trap in a whole where no one can get them out, and the easy solution is to die, but why suicide because it will end with their pain.
There are many types of bullying such as cyber bullying, being prejudice, popularity, and society. Bullying is when a person is picked on over and over again by an individual or group with more power, either in terms of physical strength or social standing. Teenagers are getter more and more afraid of getting up in the mornings to go to school. Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students, and it has everyone worried, not just the kids on its receiving end. Two of the main reasons people are bullied are because of appearance and social status.
Bullying can be about anything there are different types of bullying physical bullying, emotional bullying, cyber bullying, sexting or circulating suggestive or nude photos or texts about a person, and more. Bullying is such a big deal it’s all over the web. At least half of suicides among young people are related to bullying. It’s a big problem where it needs to be taken serious due to past violence from the refection of bullying. Someone can bully anyone for any type of reason jealousy, plane being mean, race, color, and more, but “is it a reason honestly, to take it to the extreme to make someone feel so low and embarrassed?” Some people don’t realize how much damage they can do to one person.
One might ask, what does this mean for those being bullied? It means that they cannot escape the abuse, not at school or at home, it follows them everywhere they go, until they are forced to make a choice, live with the abuse forever, commit suicide, or become a bully themselves. Many would say that society, through bullying, plays a large role in the mental and physical scars of many teens. More than seventy-five percent of students are harassed, bullied, or cyberbullied and experience physical, psychological, and/or emotional abuse. More than twenty percent of students admit to being a bully or participating in bully-like activities.
This number is too big when you think about the potential students have but the constant bullying by their peers on social media effects that. For some, dropping out or taking the bad grades feels like their only option. Some teenagers that get cyberbullied on social media can’t take the constant criticism, which can lead to suicide. An example is Hannah Smith, a 14-year old student from England. Smith had been on ask.fm, a social networking site that allows people to ask questions anonymously.
Bullying has become a serious issue in the past few years for many students. The constant harassment by peers can take a serious toll on the victims. There are many variations of bullying— cyber bullying, verbal bullying, physical bullying, and many others. With so many variations of bullying, it leaves a large amount of room for potential victims to be hurt. What happens when bullying enters a school environment?
Bullying is not only physical, but it can also disrupt a person’s emotional life through mobbing which is a crowd that is engaging in lawless violence. Cyber bullying is known as the worst form of bullying because it can be on going on for a very long time. In fact, cyber bullying is a terrible weapon that can eventually destroy someone’s reputation and life for good in little time without realizing it. That is why cyber bullying may have serious consequences, even legal ones, for those who have been in or had to deal with these situations. Why might people be so cruel and choose to bully for their own enjoyment?